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for your assistance. >>> lindsay lohan in front of a judge. she walked into a beverls courtroom and wearing glasses, oversized black blazer and a skirt. let's show you the picture of the courthouse. it's mobbed right now. i'm looking at a shot right now on my desk where you can see media just lined up outside. there you're seeing the camera shot. last month, a judge promised to send lindsay lohan back to jail if she messed up again and we're hearing good if he is making good on his warning. lohan said in a tweet she had failed a drug test. it looks like there is a mob scene outside there. >> oh, my goodness. this looks like a tom cruise premiere. i honestly think lindsay is confused. she walked in with six-inch stilettos and lots of jewelry on. if she thought she was going to jail, she probably wouldn't have worn as much jewelry because you have to sends anything so that is kind of an indication she thinks she is skating off today. who knows. we are sitting and waiting. >> her dad and mom have been convicted to weigh in on lindsay's situation. dina came on "today" show after lindsay had gon
>>> right now on msnbc saturday, out of jail. lindsay lohan freed from behind bars after posting bail. we are live out her home. >>> bomb scare. police search a plane after it is forced to make an emergency landing in squall den. >>> on the run. bank robbers pull off a dramatic heist and avoid capture. why this crime is sounding more and more like a movie plot. >>> plus, all the glitter is gold. how investors saw big gains by banking on the rising price of buillon. good morning to you. i'm alex witt. welcome to nbc saturday. this developing now after spending less than 12 hours behind bars, lindsay lohan is out of jail this morning. the actress was released overnight after a judge sentenced to her 30 days for failing a drug test. we'll go live to los angeles where kristen walker is standing by for us. a very early morning to you. why was lindsay released just hours after she was sentenced? >> reporter: really a stunning turn of events here, alex. you are absolutely right. essentially the superior court judge ruled that lindsay lohan was only facing misdemeanor charges. therefore,
saturday, out of jail. lindsay lohan freed from jail after posting bail. >>> bomb scare. police search a plane after it's forces to make an emergency landing in sweden. >>> on the run. bank robbers pull off a dramatic heist and avoid capture. why this crime is sounding more and more like a movie plot. good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. welcome to msnbc saturday. developing right now, a judge sentenced her to 30 days in jail for failing a drug test. lindsay lohan is a free woman this morning. the 24-year-old was released from jail overnight. nbc's kristen well kker is live hollywood outside lohan's home. why was lindsay lohan let out so soon? >> what happened, alex, and good morning to you, is that a superior court judge overturned a ruling that was passed down earlier in the day and essentially let lindsay lohan out on bail. let me trach you through the koufrs events. lindsay lohan went to court yesterday at about 9:00 a.m. a judge, judge eldon fox, sentenced her to 30 days in jail without bail for a probation violation. she tested positive for drugs just weeks after she had gotten
a hearing will begin in 30 minutes for the actress lindsay lohan. the crowd has been gathering since early this morning just hoping to get a peek of the troubled actress as he heads back into court. a judge will have to determine if lohan will go back to jail for violating her probation and two weeks ago she failed a random drug screening testing positive for cocaine. gina kim is live outside of the courthouse in beverly hills. gina, she has been late in the past, but we cdo expect this to get kicked off in about 30 minutes. >> yes, absolutely. she was late last time so hopefully arriving here any minute because her hearing begins promptly in about 25 minutes from now, she does not want to get the judge upset this morning. the question here this morning, thomas, is has lindsay lohan finally used up all of her nine lives and is the judge really going to get tough on her this time? if you may recall, it was exactly a month ago that she was released from her 23 days in rehab and 13 days behind bars and yet here we are already back again, deja vu at the beverly hills courthouse where 8:30 this
los angeles. lindsay lohan is out of jail this morning after only serving 12 hours behind bars for failing a drug test. the 24-year-old athres was rlgsed overnight and driven away in a black suv right back to her home. and that's where we find nbc's kristen welker. with a good morning to you, kristen, when did lindsay get home last night? wee hours? >> wee hours. good morning. she arrived here at her west hollywood apartment at about 12:30 this morning. all thanks to her attorney. a superior court judge and a lot of money. lindsay lohan released from jail just hours after a judge had ordered her back inside without bail. the troubled actress first reported to court friday morning dressed to the nines for yet another probation violations. this time she tested positive for drugs just weeks after she was released from rehab. before the hearing started, lohan was all smiles. but all that changed when ten minutes after the hearing started, judge eldon fox ordered her to be handcuffed and taken into custody for nearly a month without bail. lohan showed little emotion but dad michael
saturday, free for now. lindsay lohan released if a los angeles jail cell. a live report on what's next for that troubled starlet. jail cell, i mean. >>> bomb scare. a plane forced to make an emergency landing in sweden. >>> on the run. bank robbers pull off a dramatic heist and they get away. sounds a lot like a movie plot, but this crime is very real. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. welcome to msnbc saturday. a judge sentenced her to 30 days in jail for failing a drug test, but lindsay lohan is a free woman this morning. the 24-year-old was released from jail overnight. kristen welker is in hollywood outside of lohan's home. why was lohan let out so soon. that wasn't the case when we all were leaving for work yesterday. >> reporter: that's certainly true, alex. lindsay lohan was let out early because a superior court judge overturned a ruling passed down earlier in the day by a judge in beverly hills. i want to give you a chronology of what happened. first thing yesterday morning lindsay lohan appeared in court on a bench water hearing because she had violated her probation
is snooki guilty of being annoying, the judge is comparing her to troubled starlet lindsay lohan. the jersey star didn't cry, but is not going to jail, either. the judge called her rude, self-indulgent and warned her about being a lindsay lohan wannabe. >> what's wrong with being self-indulgent? >> jeff, bring me the story about -- >> snooki. >> the sermon she got in court. >> yeah. the judge really lashed out at her. he wasn't angry, just trying to i think straighten her back out. to understand this, while she was being sentenced, you have to go back to late july, when she was first arrested by police. she was drunk on the beach, on the jersey shore, of course. and she was stumbling into, are people, too. wednesday she appeared in court and just before the judge sentenced her, he went there. he went there. he called her a lindsay lohan wannabe. >> jersey shore, nicole "snooki" pelizi let's it hang out. but in court wednesday, she buttoned up. armed with her designer handbag and her lawyer, snooki was facing 90 days in jail. police in seaside heights arrested snooki in late july, while tapin
of the investigation. >>> so long, lilo. lindsay lohan violated her probation and was taken directly to jail in handcuffs. >> this is america. i don't want a tomato picked by a mexican. i want it picked by an american. then sliked by a guatamalan and served by a venezualan. >> was it a mockery of congress or brilliant satire? all that and breaking news when it happens next on msnbc. words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. our job is to listen and find ways to help. that means working with communities. restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. and our efforts aren't coming at tax-payer expense. i know people are wondering-- now that the well is capped, is bp g
to lindsay fwra ham "i can't lose the whole democratic party" and that's one of the criticisms they're getting at the white house, there was too much politics involved in the decision-making process. >> exactly and to that point, thank you so much, mike viqueira. the book grapples with how the president was trying to walk the tight rope between the military's demands for more troops and growing opposition from the democratic base to the war in afghanistan and setting a withdrawal timetable as mike pointed out said to senator graham "i can't let this be a war without end and i can't lose the whole democratic party." joining now a man with political experience writing tell-alls, the coauthor of "game change" john heileman. there are more details from the point where game change ends, when they went into this afghan reviews. the military trying to box in the president. rahm emanuel is saying it's "b.s." that between the chairman and petraeus, everybody's come out and publicly endorsed the notion of more troops. the president hasn't even had a chance." this really gets to the rift betwe
't think there is any excuse for it. >> senator lindsay graham, replied to "countdown's" request for a statement, quoting him, i very much share general petraeus's concern about how such actions could further jeapordize the safety of our soldiers. we should not make our soldiers' job even harder and their service more dangerous. house republican leader john boehner merely called the koran burning not wise but could not resist equating the burning of one religion's scripture with building a religious center. >> secretary of state clinton, general petraeus have spoken out against it. what is your message for pastor jones? >> for pastor jones and those who want to build the mosque just because you have a right to do something in america does not mean it is the right thing to do. we're a nation of religious freedom. we're also a nation of tolerance. i think in the name of tolerance people ought to think about the >> so you're telling him not to do it. sir? you're telling him not to do it? >> listen, i just think it's not wise to do this in the face of what our country really represen
of forcing young men into sex. will he address that scandal from the pulpit? >>> plus, lindsay lohan will be in a california courtroom just a couple hours from now. are these her final hours of freedom? the smell of freshly juiced wheat grass and hand pressed shirts. whatever scents fill your household, purina tidy cats scoop helps neutralize odors in multiple cat homes. purina tidy cats scoop. keep your home smelling like home. ♪ now the healing power of touch just got more powerful. introducing precise from the makers of tylenol. precise pain relieving cream works quickly to activate sensory receptors. it helps block pain signals fast for relief you can feel precisely where you need it most. precise. only from the makers of tylenol. >>> well, breaking news right now coming to us out of the miami area. let me get you up to date if you haven't been following this. reports that police are surrounding a bank, the bank of america in coral gables, florida. apparently what started as a robbery has turn under to a hostage situation. we believe there are two suspects, we don't know how ma
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